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Mark Morton

Multiple Choice Questions that Assess Higher Higher Cognition - 1 views

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    "Multiple Choice Questions that Assess Higher Higher Cognition"
Trevor Holmes

Solo taxonomy - 0 views

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    This page explains in a nutshell what John Biggs is on about; the SOLO taxonomy is a really nice alternative to Bloom from a different tradition entirely; however, it isn't without its own problems.
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Mark Morton

How First-Year Faculty Members Can Help Their Chairmen - Advice - The Chronicle of Higher Education - 0 views

  • Ask for multiple mentors so you can get the benefit of experts in more than one topic. Many professors are overworked and overassigned, so getting a single, good mentor can be a pretty tall order. Instead, work with your chairman to determine four or five topics on which you would like to receive guidance from several mentors.
  • Some suggestions: Find out who the whizzes are at teaching the various kinds of courses in your department and ask to meet with them. Believe me, most good teachers will find time to talk about their own approaches to teaching; it's quite flattering. Ask to be linked with someone who can help you to understand how to balance scholarship and good teaching, or how to make the service expectations of the institution jibe with the teaching expectations. After you meet with your colleagues, talk about these things with your chairman.
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